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Earth Hour 2015:
People Around the World Unite to Protect the Planet

By Amber Friend
March 23, 2015; 12:28 p.m.

On March 28, 2015, at 8:30 pm local time people around the world will be turning off their lights and electricity for one designated hour to show their commitment to making a change in protecting our planet. Earth Hour is an impactful action taken by individuals, businesses and world leaders who join together in an iconic and unprecedented lights-out display. Started by the World Wildlife Fund in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, the very first Earth Hour had the support of more than 2 million participants. This year 162 countries and territories and millions of people around the world will participate in Earth Hour. ...

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How a Hashtag Can Help the Oceans:
#NatureIsSpeaking

March 4, 2015

Everyday 500 million tweets are sent worldwide. Instead of seeing today’s photo of someone’s pretty sandwich, wouldn’t it be nice if those tweets could be used to help the oceans, and Mother Nature overall? That is what the people at Conservation International thought recently. Their idea was simple enough that they got some of the biggest names in Hollywood to help, then got Hewlett Packard to pay for it. The result is #NatureIsSpeaking, an unusually simple way that everyone reading this story can ...

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SeaWorld loses $80M in 2014,
Miami Dolphins partnership

March 3, 2015

It isn’t as simple as one family member aiding another, but the Dolphins have stepped up to help save the orcas. Specifically, the NFL’s Miami Dolphins have ended their controversial three-year relationship with SeaWorld due to growing backlash from the theme park’s treatment of its star attraction: orcas.Though commonly referred to as killer whales, orcas are actually the world’s largest dolphins. Both species are mammals with what is believed to ...

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